In this episode Vivian Nixon speaks about her experiences with substance misuse, to being a leader amongst men, to hanging out with Michelle Obama and Oprah. Vivian Nixon is Executive Director of College and Community Fellowship, an organization committed to removing barriers to higher education for women with criminal record histories and their families. She is a Columbia University Community Scholar and a recipient of the John Jay Medal for Justice, the Ascend Fellowship at the Aspen Institute, and the Soros Justice Fellowship. She is a co-founder of the Education from the Inside Out Coalition, an effort to increase access to higher education for justice-involved students, and an advisor to JustLeadershipUSA.
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